UROBILINURIA

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UROBILINURIA (;

wetting urobilin of a Greek igoa) — allocation with urine of urobilinoid.

In one days at adults with urine about 4 mg of urobilinoid are allocated, children have 0 — 2 mg. The increased allocation with urine of urobilinoid is called a hyperurobilinuria.

Definition of urobilinoid in urine is carried out by different methods; Bogomolova test (see), and also Neybauer, Florans and Schlesinger's tests is most widespread (see. At robilin).

The basic a wedge, value definition At. has at differential diagnosis of jaundices (see). Characteristic changes of concentration of urobilin in urine, and also bilirubin in urine and blood at different types of jaundice are shown in table. Allocation with urine of urobilinoid increases at hemolitic anemia (see), disintegration of hemoglobin at extensive hemorrhages (see), malaria (see); it raises also at the enterita (see) which are especially proceeding with putrefactive dyspepsia, sepsis (see) with secondary damage of a liver and also at primary diseases of a liver (see). In the differential and diagnostic purposes data about At. usually compare to data on concentration of bilirubin in urine and in blood, and also to data

on maintenance in blood of a number of enzymes (an asparataminotransferaza, a glyu-tamatdegidrogenaza, a sorbitoldegid-rogenaza).


CHANGES of CONCENTRATION of UROBILIN IN URINE, AND ALSO BILIRUBIN IN URINE AND BLOOD AT DIFFERENT TYPES of JAUNDICE




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